1917-04-28 PAGE 9... D Company were engaged in heavy bayonet fighting with enemy in first stage. As soon as objective was satisfactorily cleared the advance posts were pushed forward and several hundred yards more of enemy ground was secured and our position protected. In the operation Lieut R F Bell was killed. He was O. C. 'D' coy and displayed great gallantry and leadership. Lieut J H Wallace of C Coy was also killed in the advance. Remaining casualties Lieut R Lewis and Lieut J S Turkington, wounded and 100 O. R. (Other Ranks) killed and wounded....
Snowflakes should be taught history. Robert Fleming Bell was no snowflake. He was awarded a 'Mentioned in Despatches' for the above actions... The only British gallantry award other than the Victoria Cross that can be issued posthumously.
History offers everyone perspective... Life is a dream we should all live to it's fulfilment and you freaking weak-kneed snowflakes better figure that out and suck it up.
"For those who have fought for it, Life bears a savor the protected will never know."